MUFC Records and Statistics

Most appearances

Name Years Total appearances
1. Ryan Giggs 1991-present 885
2. Sir Bobby Charlton 1956-1973 758
3. Bill Foulkes 1952-1970 688
4. Paul Scholes 1994-2011 676
5. Gary Neville 1992-2011 602
6. Alex Stepney 1966-1978 539
7. Tony Dunne 1960-1973 535
8. Denis Irwin 1990-2002 529
9. Joe Spence 1919-1933 510
10. Arthur Albiston 1974-1988 485

All-time top scorers

Name Years Total Goals
1. Sir Bobby Charlton 1956-1973 249
2. Denis Law 1962-1973 237
3. Jack Rowley 1937-1955 211
=4. Dennis Viollet 1952-1962 179
=4. George Best 1963-1974 179
6. Joe Spence 1919-1933 168
7. Mark Hughes 1983-1986
1988-1995
163
8. Ryan Giggs 1991-present 161
9. Wayne Rooney 2004-present 158
=10. Ruud van Nistelrooy 2001-2006 150
=10. Paul Scholes 1994-2011 150

2 Responses to MUFC Records and Statistics

  1. KeeptheRedFlagsFlyingHigh says:

    Hi, your blog is really nice and well done (Y)
    It would be nice to see the updates with Scholes’ appearances being 3rd most for United at 694, as well as him adding 3 more goals to his goal tally for us after coming out of retirement, and also Giggs having reached his 907th club appearance. And of course Wazza now with 180 goals in his name for the club just under the Gunner’s. That would be great! Whenever you have time, as I can see from your previous replies that you are quite busy. Cheers!

    • beatnikmufc says:

      Hi there, sorry for the delayed response.

      I’ve been neglecting the blog a little really. I will update everything as soon as I can, imagine finding out that Scholesey came out of retirement at 4 am in Tucson, Arizona, because that’s what happened to me haha.

      Thank you for the comment.

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